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Parimarjan Negi

MOTHER : Paridhi D Negi

FATHER : J.B. Singh

DATE OF BIRTH : 09.Feb.1993

SCHOOL : Amity International School, Saket, New Delhi
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ELO RATING : 2538 (July 2006)

Achievements at International Level

• Youngest Grandmaster in the World, second youngest in the history of the game.

• Youngest ever International Master of India and the presently youngest in the world.

• Youngest ever Indian to achieve GM norm.

Gold Medals

• Asian Youth Chess Championship 2002 in Under –10 category

• Commonwealth Championship 2003 in Under –10 category

Silver Medal

• Commonwealth Championship 2004 in Under –14 category

Bronze Medals

• Asian Youth Championship 2003 in Under –10 Category

• World Youth Championship 2004 in Under –12 Category

Important International performances:

• Achieved final Grandmaster norm in Satka, Russia on 1st July 2006.
• Ranked joint third in the Bad Woerishofen Open chess tournament, March, 2006, Germany.
• Achieved second Grandmaster norm at the Parsvnath Open International tournament in New Delhi in January 2006.
• Achieved Maiden International Grandmaster norm at Hastings Master chess Congress in December-January 2005-06 at Hastings, UK.
• Completed all the requirements for the International Master title in Hastings Master chess Congress on 31st December 2005.
• Achieved fourth International Master norm at Essent chess tournament, Hoogeveens, The Netherlands, in October 2005.
• Achieved third and final International Master norm at Sort Open in Spain in 2005.
• Achieved second International Master norm in Dubai Open Tournament 2005.
• Youngest ever in the country to get an International Master’s norm at Bad Wissee International Tournament at Germany in 2003.
• Youngest in the country to get FIDE rating in 2002
• Present ELO rating – 2445 (April 2006), highest in his category in the world.
• Best Sub Junior Award in 37th Biel International Chess Festival 2004.
• Youngest ever to beat a Grandmaster in the country.

Major Achievements at National level

Gold Medals:

• National Sub-Junior (Under – 15) Championship 2004 (National record).
• National Under –11 Championship 2003.
• National Under – 9 Championship 2002

Silver Medal:

• National Under – 7 Championship 2000.

Details of Important performances

• Nominated in the top three for the Pogo Indian Amazing Kid Award in the Sports category – 2005.
• Won the National Sub – Junior Chess Championship 2004 held at Calicut, Kerela and became the youngest ever to do so.
• Nominated for Hero Indian Sports Academy {HISA} Young achievers award 2004 along with Irfan Pathan {Cricket} and Pankaj Advani {Billiards}.
• Won Silver Medal in Commonwealth Chess championship (under-14) 2004 held in Mumbai in January 2004.
• He is the Youngest Indian to earn International Master Norm at the age of 10 Yrs.
• Won National Children Chess Championship (u-11) 2003 held in Delhi in Dec.2003
• He was awarded the best player award amongst ELO 2000-2200 in Bad Weissee International Open Chess Tournament held in Germany in November 2003.
• Ranked 9th in World Youth Chess Championship 2003 (under-10) held in Greece in October 2003.
• Won Bronze medal in Asian Youth Chess Championship 2003 held in Calicut in June 2003.
• Won Gold Medal in Commonwealth Championship 2003(u-10) held in Mumbai in April 2003
• He won the Delhi State Sub–Junior Chess Championship in April 2003.
• He came first in Delhi State (under-12) Rapid Chess Championship in April 2003.
• He became the Wipro Young Super Genius Chess Champion in January 2003.
• Won Gold Medal in Children National Chess Championship 2002 (under-9) held in Lucknow in December 2002.
• Ranked 10th in World Youth Chess Championship 2002 (under-10) held in Greece in November 2002.
• Represented Delhi State (seniors) for National team chess championship at Nagpur in May 2002 ( Ranked 7th )
• Performed excellent in National “B” Championship by scoring 7/13 in Sep 2002.
• Gold Medal in Asian Youth Chess Championship (under-10) held in Tehran from 28th March to 4th of April 2002.
• Ranked first in Delhi State (under-12) Chess Championship & Delhi State Rapid (under-12) March 2002.
• Parimarjan has attained the distinction of being the youngest Indian to enter the International Rating list with ELO Rating of 2061.
• Ranked first in 64 Squares Chess Academy’s Chess Tournament held in Dec. 2001
• Ranked fifth in The National (under-9) Chess Tournament held in Dec.2001 in Madras.
• Ranked first in Rapid (under-12) Iqbal Krishna Memorial Tournment Held in Oct. 2001 at Botwinnik Chess Academy, Delhi.
• Ranked first in Delhi State Rapid Chess Tournament (under-12) held in Sept. 2001.
• Ranked first in Smith & Williamson British Chess Championship (under-9), was runner-up in under 8 & under 10, was 3rd in under 11 age group, held in August 2001 at Scarborough, U.K.
• Ranked first in the National Late Tammannacharya Padsalgikar Memorial (Under-8) Tournament held in May 2001,at Shangli, Maharashtra.
• Ranked first (under-10) in N.I.I.T All India Open Rating Chess Championship held at D.P.S. R.K. Puram, in April 2001.
• Ranked eighth in Asian Youth Chess Championship (under-10) held at Bikaner in Jan. 2001.
• Silver Medal in National Chess (under-7) Tournament held at Ahemadabad in Dec.2000.
• Ranked first in DSA-students (medallist) Chess Championship Organized by 64 squares Chess Academy, Delhi held in Dec.2000.
• Ranked first in Delhi State (under-7) Chess Tournament held in Nov.2000.
• Ranked first in Delhi State (under-12) Rapid Chess Championship held in Sept.2000.
• Ranked first in Smith & Williamson British Chess Championship (under-8) and stood runner-up in under 9 age group, held in Aug.2000.
• Ranked first in the sixth Bhagwati Gases (under-15) Chess Tournament held in March 2000.
• Won Excellent Performance Award at the ET&T National Open Chess Tournament held in Jan. 2000
• Ranked first in Delhi State (under-7) Chess Tournament held in Nov.1999.
• Ranked first in Delhi State (under-12) Rapid Chess Championship held in Aug.1999.

 

 
 

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